Accessing the digital assets of a deceased love one is more difficult than people might expect, explains Richard Weiland in CBC’s radio program On the Coast. Digital assets include songs, photos, social media accounts, loyalty points, etc. Rights are governed by terms and conditions, which vary considerably from one user agreement to another. To learn more about preparing a digital estate, listen in here (starting at 2:07:00).
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